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Do i need a undercoat?

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puddicat | 11:13 Wed 06th Aug 2008 | Interiors
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Thinking of painting my kitchen a light blue colour,the walls are a shade of mustard, will i need a undercoat before i start!!!

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Wouldn't do any harm. Use white - it's probably the cheapest colour and will definitely help the light blue topcoat. If the light blue isn't a dense colour paint, or you leave some thin areas, the mustard might tend to give the blue a greenish tinge.
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Thanks healthfield
Definitely, use a cheap white emulsion, it will mean that you should only have to do 2 coats of the (more expensive) coloured paint.

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